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Old 05-10-2013, 02:50 AM
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wanting to level out my truck. read on here that bills are the best way to do it. so do i get them for the front and rear??? or just the front. im wanting to run 35x12.50x20 trail grapps on either 20x10 or 20x9(not sure, would like some advice) moto metal 951's. so also i need to know offset and backspacing numbers also. really kinda clueless to the offset but ive read ill need a 1/4 spacer. any input would be appreciated. thanks
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You only need them for the front, many will change out the rears while they are at it, the rears do not add height to the truck and are not ride height adjustable but they are a better shock. I would so a 20x9 with a +0 offset and you should have no rubbing, however some have had to do very minor trimming. If you are needing a quote for wheels/tires let me know, I would be more than happy to get a set out to you. Our wheel/tire combos come with tpms mounted and balanced ready to install. Also if you need pricing for the bilsteins let me know

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What he said ^^^^^^^
The 0 offset rims will keep you from having to run a spacer. You would need the spacer on stock rims.
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